Networks

Encrypting or classifying Internet traffic: do we have to choose?

Platforms such as Google or Facebook have multiple motivations in encrypting Internet traffic. Behind laudable motivations lie takeovers. The encryption of service names is a foreseeable development. Yet, to operate networks, Internet access providers classify traffic by category of application and by service providers. This classification is impacted by service name encryption. How could this practice evolve?
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IoT Continuum: Smoothing the Way for the Deployment of Future IoT Solutions

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Quantum sensors are beginning to leave the laboratories

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Orange 2021 Research Exhibition: let’s prepare for the future!

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Measuring network usage for each mobile application

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Improving the energy efficiency of connected objects

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Federated AI and reactivity of network alert systems

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